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The Bible says that the “preaching of the cross is foolishness to them that perish. But unto us which are saved, it is the power of God.” The cross of Calvary is the central focus of the Word of God. The prophets of old looked forward to it, those who lived at the time of Christ saw the cross experience with their own eyes, and we, today, look back at it as an accomplished fact. This week’s message focuses on the cross of Christ and the crossroads that meet at the foot of it. We all need to decide for ourselves – is it foolishness? Or the best news that we have ever heard?
The Lord Jesus Christ changes lives and He changes destinies. There are many instances of this in the gospels, but in this broadcast we will be considering the salvation of what you might call a “poor, rich man”. He was extremely wealthy, the Bible says, but all his money was ill-gotten. Zacchaeus was the chief of tax collectors and climbed his way to the top by shrewd and fraudulent means. But he was not a happy man. He was troubled about his `sins and his need for salvation. One day, his opportunity came to see Jesus. But Jesus was looking for him, too. What a happy man he was to learn that the Son of Man came to seek and to save that was lost.He is the
The apostle Paul once referred to God's wonderful gift of salvation through His Son Jesus Christ as an 'unspeakable gift". All the glories and splendours of heaven itself are found in Him. He is the central focus of all the Bible. He is the 'alpha' and the 'omega'. He's everything. He is God's 'unspeakable' treasure! Have you considered the worth of God's Son?
There is nothing like hearing a personal testimony of how a Christian came to faith in the Lord Jesus. It does good to the heart of believers as well as to seeking sinners anxious to know their sins forgiven. Yes, becoming a Christian involves a very personal encounter with Christ Himself – through the Word of God. In today’s message, evangelist Gaius Goff tells the story of how he got saved – of God’s dealings with him throughout his lifetime until the day of his salvation in his teenage years.
Eternal life is not something to expect after you die - you can have eternal life right now - at this moment! And be sure of it! Today we will consider the meaning of eternal life through the words of the Lord Jesus Christ Himself from John Chapter 17. "This is life eternal, that they might know Thee, the only true God and Jesus Christ whom Thou hast sent."